IIChurch of St Paul Located on sloping ground of a narrow valley, at a sharp bend of the road. The small church is approached from gates through an avenue of trees, installed and planted to commemorate the 1887 Golden J
IICilthriew Located on the E side of the road from Kerry to The Anchor.
IICoachhouse at Dolforgan Hall The coachhouse is located on the approach road to Dolforgan Hall from the E, and lies immediately W of the Hall itself.
IICounty Primary School Prominently located at the entrance to the village from the E, approximately 120m from the Square.
IICrugyn Located in an isolated position on a platform site, at the end of a track leading off the Dolfor to Knighton road.
IICwm-Bromley Farmhouse Located on the hilltop above the main A.483 Kerry to Churchstoke road, on the minor road to Montgomery.
IICwm-dirgel In an isolated position at the base of the Kerry ridge. Located at the end of a track from Lower Trefeen and Cwmydrefor farms, south of the A489 approximately 3.5km to the east of Kerry
IICwm-Weeg Located on a platform site on the lower slope of a side valley off the narrow valley of the Afon Miwl, and now accessed by a farm track from the Dolfor to Kerry road, immediately E of the junction wi
II*Dolforgan Hall Located on the valley bottom at the end of a driveway leading off the main road 1km W of Kerry village, and set amid its former estate, with stable building, formal garden, and shrubbery.
IIDolforgan Lodge (East) Located against the main road, and set on a splay to flank the bellmouth entrance to the former driveway.
IIIcehouse at Hillgate Hillgate is located on the old road from Kerry to Kerry Pole, approximately 1¼km N of Pentre crossroads, on a ridge above Llwyn-y-rhwd dingle. The icehouse is located under a pine tree at the entranc
IIMile marker Located in the road verge, on a sharp bend. 300m E of Sarn church.
IIMile marker at Cilthriew Located in the road verge on the E side of the road from Kerry to Anchor and Clun, and about 100m S of Cilthriew farm buildings.
IIMilestone Partly buried in the road verge, almost opposite the turning to Montgomery.
IISnowfield House located on high land on the S side of the Mule valley, accessed by a road leading approximately 0.7km off the S side of the A.489, W of Kerry.
IISunnycroft Located at the W end of the village, set on the N side and parallel to the road to Newtown.
IIThe Herbert Arms The major building on the S side of the Square, in the centre of the village, with its 'L' plan stone malthouse to the rear.
IIThe Moat Located on the S side of an important later C12 motte and bailey castle, called Kerry Moat, the centre of the cwmwd of Ceri in Maelienydd. The Kerry moat is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (No. MG 050).
IIThe Old Court Located approximately 150m to the east of the B4368 from Kerry to Abermule, just to the south of the hamlet of Hodley.
IIUpper Cwm-y-ddalfa The house is on a level site overlooking the farmyard, in the centre of the narrow valley, Cwm-y-ddalfa, and accessed by a farm track from Brynllywarch through the yard of Lower Cwm-y-ddalfa.
IIUpper Maenllwyd farmhouse Located at the head of the winding valley of the Afon Miwl, close to the main Glanmule to Abermiwl road, ½km N of the hamlet of Hodley.
IIUpper Trefeen The farmhouse is located on a minor road leading S off the A.489 Kerry to Churchstoke road, approximately 1.6km E of Glanmule crossroads. The house stands on elevated ground.
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